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Alabama College and Career Guide
DescriptionAlabama College and Career Guide is the premier post-secondary education guide available free of charge to high school juniors and seniors in the state of Alabama. We have established a partnership with the Alabama State Department of Education, which has made our publication available to over 100,000 high school juniors and seniors twice a year across the state. The Alabama College and Career Guide is written for students by other high school students, college students, teachers, guidance counselors and other education professionals in order to ensure that we cover all the angels of college and career preparation. This guide is an excellent source of information to high school students preparing to graduate and begin the crucial process of making career and post-secondary education choices.
As a contributing writer, you will help give students the best information and advice for all of their college and career needs using your own experience and the skills that you have learned in your education.
Requirements-We expect our writers to be able to compose interesting, researched, and factual articles for our readers.
-All writers must have good grammar and writing skills, the ability to work independently and meet deadlines, and a desire to sincerely help others make some of the hardest decisions of their lives.
-All of our writers can work from home through phone and e-mail communication.
-Being a resident of the state of Alabama is a plus
-Having a background in writing or education is a plus
-To apply, please send your resume and a short essay of about 250-500 words on the following topic: "What's the one piece of advice that someone gave you before starting college that you wished you had followed?"